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WATCH: Mitt Romney Avoids Multiple Questions On FEMA

At a campaign rally turned hurricane relief drive in Kettering, OH, Mitt Romney avoided, according to reporters, 14 questions about the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In the past, he’s suggested shuttering in the past in addition to sending responsibility for disaster relief “back to the private sector.” Romney also said it would be “immoral” for the federal government to fund disaster relief efforts without cutting the budget elsewhere.